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As a result, 130,000 people attending football games at Kyle stadium benefit from this Traffic Control Center with zero freeway surrounding it, as well as the daily traffic in and around College Station on a daily basis.
Receiving the award on behalf of the City at the ITE Annual Meeting in Toronto was Brazos Valley member and City Traffic Engineer, Troy Rother, PE, PTOE.
Brazos Valley Section member, Robert Wunderlich, P.E., Texas A&M Transportation Institute, was recognized at the 2017 TexITE Spring Meeting in Frisco for his work in developing the ITE Traffic Safety Toolbox. ITE International President Shawn Leight was on hand to present the certificate. The Safety Resources Toolbox is a collection of practice-ready resources intended to aid transportation professionals in managing their own safety planning and programming. These resources are all digitally accessible, and are curated from various organizations in the transportation profession in addition to ITE. The toolbox can be accessed at: http://www.ite.org/visionzero/toolbox/
Congratulations Robert and thank you for all of your contributions to the transportation engineering profession.